Jackie is a senior vice president and a member of the Executive Committee of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The Boston Reserve Bank is one of twelve regional banks in the Federal Reserve System that are involved in conducting monetary policy, supervising financial institutions, processing payments for the nation’s banks and federal government, and advancing economic and community development. In 2011, Jackie assumed responsibility for a number of key corporate functions at the Boston Reserve Bank including strategic planning, enterprise risk management, human resources, communications, corporate affairs, and business continuity. Prior to her current role, Jackie built over 20 years of experience in banking supervision, regulation, and credit – evaluating the condition of banking organizations located in New England, analyzing mergers and acquisitions, and managing the lending activities of the Discount Window. In addition to her work in the Federal Reserve, Jackie serves on the advisory board of the UMass Center for Collaborative Leadership.
Positions of increasing responsibility, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
B.S. in industrial economics, Union College
MBA, Northeastern University
Advisory Board, UMass Center for Collaborative Leadership